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FuSa Screenshot Plug-In Released for PSP!

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312w ago - Andy_maN has released a Custom Firmware screenshot plug-in compatible with the latest build of FuSa. Essentially, the plug-in simply allows users to take a screenshot while running any PSP game through TV-out connection.

Download: FuSa Screenshot Plug-In for PSP

To quote: As you know there will be no more option "grab vram" in b47 and futher updates.

This PRX will be useful if you wanna take a screenshot of "real screen".

So you can use it with FuSa instead of grabvram+RVV.

UPDATED:

-You can also assign your own button or buttons combo with help of ConfiguratoR (Win32 version included in this package)
-Picture will be saved in the "PICTURE" folder
 

AutoStart PRX v4 Plug-In for M33 CFW for PSP released!

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314w ago - Roe-ur-boat has released an update to AutoStart PRX, a 4.01 M33 compatible Custom Firmware plug-in that allows users to specify a number of separate homebrew applications to load at launch. Each application can be bind to certain key. When that key is held during bootup, the PSP will automatically load your homebrew.

Now at version 4, users can bypass the autoboot system by leaving WLAN switch on while booting. Other notable changes include support for autoexecuting PSone games at startup and a redesigned configuration interface. As always, the full changelog is available below.

Download: AutoStart PRX v4 Plug-In for M33 CFW for PSP

Changelog:

* You can now bypass the autoboot by putting the WLAN switch up.
* You can launch PSX games now too.
* Rewrote the configurator and the configuration file parser. Configurator looks better and is more user friendly. (Thanks to Mc Cabe for * the background)
PRX size decreased thanks to recoding and psp-packer.
* No need to enable the prx for game.txt now.
 

USB Version Fake M33 CFW Plug-In for PSP released!

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314w ago - Dark_AleX has released a new Custom Firmware plug-in dubbed USB Version Fake.

Compatible with 4.01 M33, the plug-in allows users to fake or "spoof" their PSP's version number for PlayStation 3 connectivity.

Rather useful since the PS3 often times checks to make sure you are running the latest official PSP Firmware, which of course can be a problem if you're running custom Firmware.

Download: USB Version Fake M33 CFW Plug-In for PSP
 

PRXUtility++ v4.0 Plug-In for PSP released!

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316w ago - French-based homebrew developer PSPflashsystem has released a new 4.01 M33 compatible Custom Firmware plug-in dubbed PRXUtility++.

Coupled with a simple text menu interface, it allows users to take screenshots from within the XMB and keep tabs on their PSP's system information, such as motherboard type, temperature, and battery charge level.

Those interested can check it out below!

Download: PRXUtility++ v4.0 Plug-In for PSP
 

PSPStates Experimental v2, Savestate Plug-In for PSP 4.01 M33

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316w ago - Dark_AleX has issued an update to the 4.01 M33-compatible plug-in, fixing numerous bugs along with adding support for UMD disc titles. Additionally, savestates can now be created on a per-game basis.

Keep in mind that PSPStates is compatible only with Slim units currently, due to increased memory usage.

Download: PSPStates Experimental v2 Plug-In for PSP 4.01 M33 CFW

Changelog:

* Fixed important bug in inter-thread code (semaphore wasn't waiting due to interrupts disabled), that caused the load state to not be completely read in some cases. This caused black screen after state load (unless you just saved that state, in this case state was still in ram), or even worse, game not working properly due to partial load.

* Added states per game basis. The controls are slightly different: old controls now do a local savestate/loadstate of the game, while pressing additionally select button will save/load a global state. See instructions for more info.

* Fixed bug that caused normal sleep mode waking up inmediately.

* UMD discs and isos in normal UMD mode are now supported. However, they require to nullify UMD cache, by flashing one file. For details on this process, refer to the readme file.
 
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